Dawgs for Kids
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Join hosts Jon Stinchcomb, Matt Stinchcomb, and David Greene on Friday, October 2nd for the 15th annual DAWGS FOR KIDS virtual fundraiser, benefiting Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Georgia Transplant Foundation. It is sure to be a fun night with entertainment from your favorite UGA Bulldawgs, hear stories from UGA football legends and submit your own questions to ask them, learn about the upcoming season, and take-home one-of-a-kind items from the live and silent auctions.
The entire event will be at your fingertips through the use of your mobile device or tablet (or your desktop). Take a minute to REGISTER now for the Dawgs for Kids event by clicking on the registration link above and following the prompts to ensure that you get all of the updates and day-of information you will need! Additionally, you will need to be registered to "attend" and participate in the virtual event.
In 2004, Dawgs for Kids was created with the goal of providing more birthdays for pediatric transplant patients in Georgia. Together, the event's two benefiting organizations give vital assistance to children and their families who have basic and extraordinary financial, mental, physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Thanks to your contributions and support, we have raised more than $1.6 million over the last 14 years, enabling GTF and CHOA to grant assistance to more than 200 children each year, and helping them celebrate more birthdays!
It is the mission of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta to enhance the lives of children through excellence in patient care, research and education. CHOA strives to be the model for addressing children's health needs by defining, then providing or advocating for: accessible, innovative and excellent patient care; integrated teaching and research; and partnerships in wellness and prevention programs. For more information, please visit www.choa.org.
The mission of theÂ Georgia Transplant Foundation is to bridge the gap between hope and opportunity by educating and enriching the lives of those affected by organ transplantation. Please visit www.gatransplant.org for more information.